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This was my art project this morning and I have to admit, it looked a lot better in my head! I don’t think I used the correct paint and the white paint especially was awful to work with. Fear looks absolutely crazy, but my kids love Disney’s Inside Out and the little pumpkins Mommy painted for them, so even though this is not my best work, I still wanted to share it for the parents out there with better talent (and paint) than me if they wanted to take this fun project on. What does your family do with your pumpkins? Carve,...

Watching scary movies can be a lot of fun, but make sure the movies your children are watching are age appropriate or else you may have a little one too scared to fall asleep at night.  I did some research on Common Sense Media to find out which spooky films got the best reviews from parents and which are suitable for certain age groups.  Here they are: Preschoolers (Ages 2 – 4) Barney: Halloween Party Curious George: A Halloween Boo Fest Eloise’s Rawther Unusual Halloween It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown Mickey...

To say children with ADHD have a lot going on is an understatement. Anxiety, low self-esteem, and problematic social skills are just a few of the challenges many children with ADHD have to deal with on a daily basis. They struggle with these challenges and more and quite understandably, it is very frustrating and aggravating for them. There are so many books that claim to help children with ADHD, but it is hard to pick the right ones. Here is a compilation of ten great ADHD kid-tested and approved children’s books that are wonderful aids for...

Whether you are an adult or a child, taking advice from these five unforgettable Disney characters will sprinkle your life with just the right amount of pixie dust. 1. Genie from Aladdin Genie wisely advises Aladdin, “Be yourself” when referring to how he should act and talk to Princess Jasmine. Aladdin was a “street rat” who was pretending to be a wealthy prince in hopes of winning the princess’ hand in marriage. People tend to lose themselves when they are trying to impress someone or fit in, but that...

The Disney Store is trying something new this Halloween. Instead of categorizing their Halloween costumes by gender like they usually do, they are combining all of their costumes for children in one category: Kids. Instead of seeing all of the Disney princess dresses together, they are going to be mixed with Marvel superheroes suits. “Are you looking for that shimmery green Tinker Bell dress, sweetie? It’s right over there, next to the cool Spider-Man suit. Have a magical day!” I know what Disney is trying to do...

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